It can take full sun, but may fair better in part shade over summer, especially if grown in a pot. Water regularly and deeply over summer when the plant is growing, allowing the soil to dry out somewhat between waterings. Keep fairly dry over winter.
To replenish this plant's nutrients, repot your Silver Dollar Vine after it doubles in size or once a year—whichever comes first.
Water regularly and deeply over summer when the plant is growing, allowing the soil to dry out somewhat between waterings. Keep fairly dry over winter. It is not recommended that you keep this plant inside as it needs sun and is vulnerable to rotting off. Read more
Indoors it's important to keep the soil dry between waterings. Otherwise, you might over water and cause root rot. To help prevent overwatering, plant your silver dollar succulent in any well-draining succulent soil in a pot with a drainage hole.
Xerosicyos danguyi is a climbing vine with cylindrical stems and thick, fleshy rounded leaves. The main stem will reach 20 inches (50 cm) tall before it branches. Leaves are grey-green, up to 1.6 inches (4 cm) long, 1.4 cm (3.5 cm) wide and 0.25 inch Read more
It's super easy to grow and thrives indoors and outdoors in warmer climates. A relative of the cucumber and squash and a member of the Cucurbitaceae family, the silver dollar vine hails from Madagascar's warm and toasty climes. A proficient climber, this plant grows well Read more
If you aren't watering enough, the silver dollar leaves will shrivel and become yucky looking.
The silver dollar plant is a hardy succulent that produces an aesthetically pleasing flower. If your dog ingests this plant, he could develop signs of gastrointestinal upset and you should contact your veterinarian.
Fairly easy to grow. Needs at least a few hours of direct sun to thrive. Not recommended as an indoor plant. Repot using a good quality Cacti & Succulent mix.
Although a climber, the Silver Dollar Vine forms a loose scrambling kind of shrub over time. It also produces a small caudex (tuber) at the base. Yellow-green flowers appear in clusters in Spring/Summer. It can take full sun, but may fair better in part shade Read more
The Silver Dollar Vine is a summer-growing climbing or scrambling shrub from Madagascar. A relative of the cucumber, this plant climbs using the same kind of delicate tendrils to grip onto a support structure. It can take full sun, but may fair better in part Read more
While tolerant of most soils, the silver dollar vine prefers light soil that provides good drainage with a slightly acidic soil pH of 6.0-6.5.
The silver dollar succulent vine is fairly forgiving when it comes to light. It does well in everything from partial sun to full sun. However, it does the best in full sun—these plants just love a lot of light!
Water your cutting with you plant it and then let it completely dry out before watering again. You can also mist the soil and plant to help keep humidity up, which is not usually something you need to do with succulents.
Synonyms: Silver Dollar Plant. Although a climber, the Silver Dollar Vine forms a loose scrambling kind of shrub over time. It also produces a small caudex (tuber) at the base. Yellow-green flowers appear in clusters in Spring/Summer. This is a desert plant which requires a Read more